Jim Calhoun has been a college basketball coach for for forty years.
He began at Northeastern in 1971 and took over at UConn in 1986 where he has been ever since.
He has coached 26 professional basketball players, appeared in four Final Fours, and won three National Championships.
He has survived prostate cancer and he has been inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Jim Calhoun may be one of the most polarizing figures in basketball. Even some people in Connecticut aren't convinced that Calhoun deserves all of the accolades, considering him the second best coach in Storrs.
But take him or leave him, Calhoun is one of the most successful coaches at any level.
Here is an attempt to look back on 10 of the best seasons in Calhoun's 40 year career.